C O N T E N T S
U.S. Food Aid: Beneficence or Blackmail?
- by Vincent Wilber
The "Food for Peace" program appears to contain many abuses. Critics propose a massive overhaul of U.S. food policy.
Reagan's Third World Policy: Foregoing All Pretense
- by John Willoughby
The new administration promises to push the U.S. further away from Third World concerns on a range of policy matters.
Confronting Multinationals: Trinidad Workers on the Lines
- An interview with David Abdulah
David Abdulah, education officer for the Oilfields Workers' Trade Union of Trinidad and Tobago,
discusses the active role his union plays in trying to control multinationals.
Restructuring Iran's Economy
- by John Cavanaugh
Bani-Sadr has led Iran along the way to a more self-reliant economy. The second of a two-part series.
Why Aid Haiti?
Egypt Opts for Sticky Investment
Canada Cries Foul Over Water Pollution
Boycott Stunts Guatemalan Tourism
- James Ridgeway discusses the impact of Kodak's move away from silver
- Peter Evans reviews new literature of Brazilian development and more